Primary Teacher - Primary NQT

Recruiter
I Teachers Ltd
Location
East London
Salary
£26139 - £28098 pa + London MPS
Posted
11 Apr 2017
Closes
11 May 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Primary Teacher - Primary NQT - 4 Form Entry Primary School - KS1 or Lower KS2 - approachable and committed headteacher - excellent training and support - outstanding setting - Walthamstow, East London

Calling all trainee Primary Teachers - have you made great progress in your teacher training but have not yet had a chance to look at a permanent role for September?

Have you looked at the size of direct application forms and feel that your time and energy could be better spent elsewhere?

This outstanding client school in Walthamstow, East London has 2 vacancies - one each in KS1 and KS2 for an amazing Primary Teacher - Primary NQT

If you would prefer to have a friendly and confidential chat - call Phil at i-teachers and find out if this route to finding a permanent September vacancy could save you time and energy

-Primary Teacher - Primary NQT
-2 x vacancy - one in each KS1 & KS2
-Trainee Teachers welcomed
-Outstanding graded 4 form entry Primary School
-Walthamstow, East London
-London Main Pay Scale
-6 Minutes from Walthamstow Central Station
-Interviewing ASAP

If you are a busy and diligent trainee primary teacher who has not yet made the time to look for a permanent September primary teacher vacancy then please read on.

This school has 2 vacancies in KS1 & KS2 and the headteacher would like to meet with primary NQT's who want to be the happiest and best teachers that they can possibly be.

This superb school has a great reputation for developing and cultivating excellent primary teachers. The headteacher is a vibrant and animated leader who still teaches each week.

The catchment area covers an eclectic mix of pupils from various ethnic and economic backgrounds. The school is very close to Central Walthamstow and has gained the trust of the surrounding community.

The school is hugely creative and innovative in the delivery of the national curricvullum. Last academic year, pupils came in to school and found that a spaceship had crash landed in the playground.

Pupils used the language and literacy skills to communicate with the visitors. Lessons where suspended as pupils used their maths skills to help repair and re-fuel the spaceship. Pupils even called in a local school and all age groups worked together to help the nice aliens get home.

This alien visit made the local press and there may be another visit this summer term where the aliens will ask the bright pupils to help them solve new problems and look at recycling.

This is a lovely and happy school where pupil experience is at the forefront of every decision.

If you are looking for a supportive and welcoming School to continue your Primary Teacher development - please click APPLY NOW